Tag - Consul

Percona Live Europe Featured Talks: Orchestrating ProxySQL with Orchestrator and Consul with Avraham Apelbaum

Colin Charles

Welcome to another post in our series of interview blogs for the upcoming Percona Live Europe 2017 in Dublin. This series highlights a number of talks that will be at the conference and gives a short preview of what attendees can expect to learn from the presenter.
This blog post is with Avraham Apelbaum, DBA and DevOps at […]

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Consul Architecture

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In this blog post, I’ll provide my thoughts about Consul for ProxySQL service discovery and automation.
I approached Consul recently while looking for a service discovery and configuration automation solution for ProxySQL. My colleague Nik Vyzas wrote a great post on this topic, and I suggest you read it. I wrote this article to share my first impressions […]

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Consul, ProxySQL and MySQL HA

ProxySQL

When it comes to “decision time” about which type of MySQL HA (high-availability) solution to implement, and how to architect the solution, many questions come to mind. The most important questions are:

“What are the best tools to provide HA and Load Balancing?”
“Should I be deploying this proxy tool on my application servers or on a standalone […]

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Webinar Thursday Sept. 15: Identifying and Solving Database Performance Issues with PMM

PMM

Please join Roman Vynar, Lead Platform Engineer on Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 10 am PDT (UTC-7) for a webinar on Identifying and Solving Database Performance Issues with PMM.
Database performance is the key to high-performance applications. Gaining visibility into the database is the key to improving database performance. Percona’s Monitoring and Management (PMM) provides […]

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Streamlined Percona XtraDB Cluster (or anything) testing with Consul and Vagrant

Introducing Consul
I’m always interested in what Mitchell Hashimoto and Hashicorp are up to, I typically find their projects valuable.  If you’ve heard of Vagrant, you know their work.
I recently became interested in a newer project they have called ‘Consul‘.  Consul is a bit hard to describe.  It is (in part):

Highly consistent metadata store (a […]

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